[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
2
Menschliches Allzumenschliche, 1878
3
Donald Francis Tovey, Essays in Musical Analysis (Lon- don, 1935). The large essay on the Ninth Symphony is in vol. II, 1-44.
Tovey
1
II
Essays in Musical Analysis
1935
4
Ibid.
5
Charles Rosen, The Classical Style (London, 1971), p. 440.
Rosen
440
The Classical Style
1971
7
E. H. Gombrich, Art and Illu- sion, 2nd edn. (Princeton, 1962)
Gombrich
2
Art and Illusion
1962
Carl Dahl- haus, Grundlagen der Musikgeschichte (Köln, 1977), pp. 202-04.
Dahlhaus
202
Grundlagen der Musikgeschichte
1977
8
Beethoven, Neunte Sinfonie. Eine Darstellung des musikallischen Inhaltes unter fortlaufender Berücksich- tigung auch des Vortrags und der Literatur (rpt. Vienna, 1969).
Beethoven
Eine Darstellung des musikallischen Inhaltes unter fortlaufender Berücksichtigung auch des Vortrags und der Literatur
1969
9
"Beethovens Dritte Sinfonie zum erstenmal in ihrem wahren Inhalt dargestellt," Das Meisterwerk in der Musik: Ein Jahrbuch von Heinrich Schenker III (Munich, 1930), 25-101.
Beethovens Dritte Sinfonie zum erstenmal in ihrem wahren Inhalt dargestellt
25
III
Das Meisterwerk in der Musik: Ein Jahrbuch von Heinrich Schenker
1930
10
David Lewin, "Behind the Beyond/ Response to Edward T. Cone," Perspectives of New Music 7 [1969], 6110.2307/832293
61
Fred Lerdahl and Ray Jac- kendorff, "Toward a Formal Theory of Tonal Music," Jour- nal of Music Theory 21/1, 11-17110.2307/843480
11
"Toward a Generative Theory of Melody." Swedish Journal of Musicology 52 (1970), 71-88.
71
52
Swedish Journal of Musicology
1970
11
Stephen C. Pepper, World Hypotheses, A Study in Evidence (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1961), Chapter 11, "Organicism
Pepper
Chapter 11
World Hypotheses, A Study in Evidence
1961
The Life of an Idea, ed. G. S. Rousseau (London, 1972)
Rousseau
The Life of an Idea
1972
"'Eroica' Perspectives: Strategy and Design in the First Movement," presented during the Beethoven Symposium held in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in April 1977
Rousseau
'Eroica' Perspectives: Strategy and Design in the First Movement
Beethoven Symposium held in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in April 1977
1977
12
Kretzschmar called his mode of interpretation "musical hermeneutics" (see Carl Dahlhaus, Die Idee der absoluten Musik [Kassel, 1978])
Kretzschmar called his mode of interpretation "musical hermeneutics"
Die Idee der absoluten Musik
1978
13
Zur Geschichte der Beethoven-Rezeption (Mainz, 1972).
Zur Geschichte der Beethoven-Rezeption
1972
14
Eggebrecht, Beethoven-Rezeption, p. 8
Eggebrecht
8
Beethoven-Rezeption
15
Wilhelm Windelband, "Geschichte und Naturwis- senschaft," 1894, published in Präludien, Aufsätze und Reden zur Philosophie und ihrer Geschichte II, 5th edn. (Tübingen, 1915), 136-60.
Windelband
5
Geschichte und Naturwissenschaft
136
II
Präludien, Aufsätze und Reden zur Philosophie und ihrer Geschichte
1915
17
John Searle, set forth in his book Speech Acts (Cambridge, 1969)
Searle
Speech Acts
1969
"Current Methods of Stylistic Analysis," International Musicological Society, Report of the 11th Congress, Copenhagen 1972 (Copenha- gen, 1973), pp. 61-70.
Current Methods of Stylistic Analysis
61
International Musicological Society, Report of the 11th Congress, Copenhagen 1972
1973
18
Allan Keiler, "Bernstein's The Unanswered Question and the Problem of Musical Competence," Musical Quar- terly 64 (1978), 195-222.10.2307/741445
195
19
Culler, Structuralist Poetics, p. 8.
Culler
8
Structuralist Poetics
20
fn. 17
21
Ibid.
22
Claudio Guillén, Literature as System (Princeton, 1971), p. 390.
Guillén
390
Literature as System
1971
23
Culler, p. 137.
137
24
Poetry and Drama (London, 1951).
25
Volker [Berlin, 1824].)
Volker
1824
The present author is among those guilty of this misreading, in "The Present as His- tory," Perspectives of New Music 7 [1969] pp. 1-58.10.2307/832292
1
Friedrich Meinecke, Die Entstehung des Historismus (Munich and Berlin, 1936).
Meinecke
Die Entstehung des Historismus
1936
26
Charles Rosen, "The Ruins of Walter Benjamin," New York Review of Books, 27 October 1977, pp. 31-40
Rosen
27 October
31
New York Review of Books
1977
"The Origins of Walter Benjamin," ibid., 10 November 1977, pp. 30-38.
10 November
30
New York Review of Books
1977
27
The Works of Thomas Carlyle, vol 3, (New York, 1904).
3
The Works of Thomas Carlyle
1904
28
Rpt. in The Structuralists from Marx to Levi-Strauss, ed. R. and F. DeGeorge (New York, 1962), pp. 209-37.
DeGeorge
209
The Structuralists from Marx to Lévi-Strauss
1962
28
Hayden White, "Interpretation in History," New Literary History IV (1973), 281-314.10.2307/468478
281
29
Karl Löwith, Jacob Burckhardt, Der Mensch Inmit- ten der Geschichte (Stuttgart, 1966).
Löwith
Jacob Burckhardt, Der Mensch Inmitten der Geschichte
1966
31
Munich and Berlin, 1937
Jena, 1858
E. Benjamin Andrews as Principles of History (Boston, 1893)
Benjamin
Principles of History
1893
32
Frederic Jameson is currently available as "The Rise of Hermeneu- tics," New Literary History 3 (1971), 229ff.10.2307/468313
H. A. Hodges, The Philosophy of Wilhelm Dilthey (London, 1952)
Hodges
The Philosophy of Wilhelm Dilthey
1952
Dilthey, "The Understanding of Other Persons and their Life-Expressions," in Patrick Gardiner, Theories of History (New York, 1959), pp. 213-25.
Dilthey
213
Theories of History
1959
33
Louis O. Mink, "Collingwood's Dialectic of His- tory," History and Theory 7 (1968), 3-3710.2307/2504264
3
Leon J. Goldstein, "Collingwood's Theory of Historical Knowing," History and Theory 9 (1970), 3-36.10.2307/2504500
3
34
Douglas Ainslee, History: Its Theory and Practice (New York, 1960)
Ainslee
History: Its Theory and Practice
1960
36
Available in numerous collections, earliest in The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism (London, 1920).
The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism
1920
37
Rudolf A. Makkreel, "Wilhelm Dilthey and the Neo-Kantians: The Distinction of the Geisteswissenschaf- ten and the Kulturwissenschaften, " Journal of the History of Philosophy 4 (October 1969), 423-40.
Makkreel
October
423
4
Journal of the History of Philosophy
1969
39
"Woz- zeck and the Apocalypse" in Critical Inquiry 3 (1976), 251-70.10.2307/1342888
251
40
fn. 14
41
"The Function of General Laws in History," rpt. in Gar- diner, Theories of History, pp. 344-56, from the Journal of Philosophy 39 (1942)
344
39
Journal of Philosophy
1942
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